A blog update! Holy Moley!
Have you found web serieses yet? (what's the plural for series? Seriess? Series'?) I am sick of every television series that I like getting cancelled. First it was Brisco County, then Firefly, then Dollhouse. Such shows were too expensive to produce, given the small audiences that they drew. But a web series takes very little money to make, and can now be distributed easily via Youtube. Surely, this is what the internet is for.
Here are some that I like. I will not add links in this post, because I have a migraine and can't really see what I am typing. Look them up yourself. The Guild, a story of online gamers who meet in real life, is wonderful. The Legend of Neil is a remake of the Legend of Zelda Nintendo game (with lots of adult humor). Gamers 2: Dorkness Rising is a must-see if you ever enjoyed role playing games. I also am currently enjoying the Lizzie Bennett diaries, a retelling of Pride and Prejudice as told by a webcam. Felicia Day has a whole channel, called "Geek and Sundry", which collects a bunch of web series (serieses, series?) together, including The Guild, a personal video log she writes, Table Top (celebrities play board games), and one I am especially anticipating, Written by a Kid.